(Ajay Devgan) is a young stock analyst working in the city.
for a place to stay, he finds his dream home on the 12th floor of
an apartment building.
is warned by the estate agent that the earlier occupant met her
death from the balcony. But this does not deter Vishal.
divulging this fact to anyone, he shifts into the house with his
as destiny has it, the ghost of Manjeet and his son Akshit begin
to haunt Swati.
her behaviour becomes abnormal which cannot be explained or cured
by doctors and psychologists.
to be a psychological problem, Vishal unravels into the unexplainable.
He becomes helpless.
some very scary scenes, this film is definitely not for the weak
appearance of the ghost onto the scene coupled with Dwarak Warrier’s
background score will certainly scare the wits out of you. More
so when it comes face to face with Swati – so don’t say I haven’t
Ram Gopal Verma has done his homework with this flick.
has involved all the actors in the narrative. For example the introduction
of Nana Patekar who comes onto the scene just before the intermission,
to investigate the murder in the building.
first half does raise expectations for a gripping climax and this
Devgan as the helpless husband and Urmila Matondkar as the possessed
woman are the real stars of this film.Both
give a flawless performance.
most of all, full credit goes to director Ram Gopal Verma.
is certainly one of the scariest films to be released from Bollywood.
similar to The Exorcist, it affects your mind in a psychological
way. A terrifying piece of celluloid, scaring the living daylights
out of you.
this one for Halloween nights.
by Manish Gajjar, BBC Shropshire’s Mr Bollywood.